Book Review: And Then There Were None


Yes this read was solely influenced be me watching the TV adaptation at Christmas for some shameless Aidan Turner drooling!

This was in fact the first Agatha Christie book I’ve read and I had worried I might feel dated given the era it was written in.

Her writing to me didn’t feel dated and even though I knew what was going to happen, Christie still managed to keep me in suspense. As with most books that get adapted there were more subtle details in the book and you really felt the tense build on Soldier Island.

In some parts it does feel a little rushed and so can’t give it full marks

I give it 4/5


1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. sewingbutterfly
    Feb 29, 2016 @ 08:26:11

    One of my favorites of Christie’s books 🙂 Another is the ABC Murders.


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